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Virtual Reality for Business: According to experts, business implications for commercial VR and AR broadens

By Lisa Peyton, originally published on Intel Business I’ve been interested in the business uses of immersive technologies for over a decade. I’m NOT embarrassed to admit that I ran a global publication, ‘SLentrepreneur’, dedicated to the virtual world of Second Life. The digital magazine focused on the real-world, business uses of Second Life and […]

VR’s Breakthrough Moment: What Will it Take?

By Lisa Peyton, originally published on iQ In just a couple of decades, virtual reality has moved beyond science fiction to become a very real part of people’s lives. Experts describe advances setting the stage for VR to go mainstream. Surrounded by clear blue water, a diver examines the bow of a sunken ship. A stingray gracefully glides […]

Peyton’s Immersion Grid: A model to compare immersive media experiences

What causes immersion? As the digital revolution rages on, technology has been both blamed and lauded for capturing more and more of our attention. We have been given the tools to tell stories in new and exciting ways, access to data that has never been available before and the ability to connect to a fully […]

Power2 LeaderLab: Building Your Executive Presence Online

I was recently asked to present at Power2 Leaderlab’s Happy Hour of Power in Portland, OR. The group wanted information on how to extend their leadership qualities online and use social media to expand their network. Here’s my presentation, enjoy! About Power2 LeaderLab Power2 LeaderLab brings together women leaders who are committed to being their […]

Online Learning Strategist, Kate Pinner, 'Educators are curators of content'

  “The attainment of knowledge is readily available by almost anyone with an internet connection. Educators are curators of content, providing access and opportunities for discovery of content, rather than the people who just structure and deliver it.” – Kate Pinner, Learning and Content Strategist Learning and Content Strategist, Kate Pinner, stumbled across my website […]

Harvard Tries Teaching the Language of Business with Technology

In his recent article on Forbes.com, branding guru, Marty Neumeier lays out how Harvard is attempting to handle the threat of online disruption. He plainly asks “what’s keeping new distance-learning companies such as Coursera and edX from repositioning Harvard as an overpriced dinosaur (Neumeier, M., 2014)?” This is a question that needs to be asked […]